Design and Architecture

This is the most exotic holiday home you have ever seen. Look inside

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Transforming unusual structures into new homes is truly creative and long-lasting work. And this family is a vivid example. Single train cars that have been idle for almost half a century have been creatively converted into the most exotic holiday home. Lovers of vintage things and unusual guest houses will not be able to pass by! Vintage style was originally mixed with modern appliances and furniture for the comfort of guests.

The old train in Allerston (North Yorkshire), which previously stood idle at an abandoned railway station, in an instant turned into an original guest house.

The “rest station” today accepts everyone: families with children, elderly people, and teenagers who came to rest here for the summer holidays.

In the 45-year-old cars of the first class inside there is a kitchen, a living room and three bedrooms.

This is one of the main bedrooms:

There is also a first-class living room with books, mirrors and comfortable chairs. A long corridor leads to it.

The guest house-train also has a kitchen with all the necessary utensils:

The living room is also quite comfortable and spacious:

And this is how the family of owners converted the cars:

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